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"fort lewis college" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

Out of Bounds Podcast

08:23 min | 2 months ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on Out of Bounds Podcast

"Crossover happen? Yeah, I mean, there's definitely a really intense aspect of it for a lot of people. But for me, I think the goal of just always keeping it fun and just enjoying racing and just pushing myself with my Friends was the main thing that kind of got me to where I am and I mean, I think that's 16, so before I was 16, maybe 14, 15 years old, I had raced some smaller local races, like a couple team events, like 12 hours of mesa Verde down in Cortes, just like super fun by grace and events, and it wasn't until I was 16. I was like, hey, I hear that there's some bigger races. I didn't even know there's a national championships for cross country mountain biking. So I was 16, really. And that year I said, hey, I want to try and race at a higher level and kind of try and hit these quote unquote big races around the country that are kind of earning these point system for a call up a national championships. And so that was the first year I was like doing my research, finding out about these races, about a national championships that happened in West Virginia, all the way across the country. And that people had coaches, they were helping them with workouts and stuff. So it was basically all new to me until I was 16 years old, and then I actually contacted Todd wells, who is multiple time mountain bike Olympian. Mountain biking, and I just known him around town and going on a couple of group rides with him and was like, hey, I want to try and race and be fast. Do you think you can help me out with some coaching maybe? And so that's how it started and he was my first coach and kind of taught me a little bit about training philosophy and, you know, that we do this quote unquote based season and we do some slow rides for a lot more hours, you know, it's not just about going hard all the time and kind of just with his guidance, I went to a couple of proxies that year and then I went to national championships all the way across the country in West Virginia just me and my mom and I won my first national championship. In a drink or Devo Jersey. Have you ever lost a national championship? Now that I'm now that I'm thinking about this allowed, you've never lost a national championship. Not that I started in the that's a weird feeling. I mean, I guess it's gonna be a weird feeling if once you lose, if it happens. You know, knock on some wood, but man, that's kind of fucking nuts, dude. To just, I've always started. And so, you know, because for most kids, here's the thing. Sports came easy to me. And you've probably seen this in cycling when it comes easy to people. The moment it's not easy anymore. They're done. But correct. I remember being. I remember being like 15, 16 years old, my first year, I started racing, and there were kids, I was a really, I mean, I'm still a pretty skinny little guy. Yeah, yeah. When I was 15, 16, I was like a 125 130 pounds. I remember seeing guys, you know, kind of like went through puberty a bit earlier. And we're just like, these are ripped eyes with mustaches at 15, 16 years old. Yeah, you were in prison. And I was like, what the heck? And it's true that some people, you know, they start in sport really young. And get really good, really young and have a lot of really natural talent in sport. Maybe develop early. And from a young age, that may be carries them to some really good success. But it's interesting as we get older and everyone's body is mature and everyone's been in the sport for a couple of years. 16, 17, 18 years old, that's where it's really interesting to see a lot of the guys that developed early first or have been in sports since we're young age and we're super talented. The work ethic and that start to balance out of it. Yeah. People start to quit. Sorry, go ahead. Yeah, people start to quit even. They're just like, oh, I'm actually not cut out for this. And it's wild to me, because they're so naturally talented. And you're like, oh, dude, if you just rode your bike longer than two hours, you might actually be okay, but yeah, they just quit. And so they've been riding their bike longer than two hours since they were like 12. And that's true, yeah. Are just like cooked on it by the time they're actually getting to a level in age that they can maybe start pursuing it professionally, you know? So I always when I talk to people emphasize just like fun is first on the bike. It's a sport that we put in so many hours of training. Like so much long solo hours sometimes and so much just time on the bike and like fun is most important, fun is first and finding ways to make training fun. Maybe you have a structured training plan that you're supposed to ride four hours at this heart rate. But finding ways to first of all do that with people, make certain rides just like fundraises instead of spending a big training block at home by yourself to have a really good fitness, just like finding ways to make that sound more fun and interesting to you. Maybe if it's not perfectly by the book. Yeah, so you're 20 years old. Are you in college? Are you starting? I did my first I did a one year of college at fort Lewis college in Durango. Okay. And then I signed with factory racing and decided that while I have this opportunity to race for, in my opinion, the most successful best team on the circuit right now, I want to take advantage of that to the fullest and not feel like I'm splitting my time. No, yeah. I mean, why go half in on both things when you can just go all in on one. One is going to be much. I know a lot of people, there's been some really incredible athletes who have gone on to school and cycle at a professional level. And able to complete both. And I think that's absolutely incredible. And amazing, and I have matter spec for them. But personally, who I am and what creates the best success for me is having the right mediation of things and not feeling totally split on my time and energy all the time. Yeah, so trek factory racing doesn't happen. You ended up staying at fort Lewis. What were you studying? What were you going to do? I was in economics, actually. I had just declared my major enough moments. Yeah. Okay, sick. That sounds super intense. Well, this sounds like a lot more fun than economics. But yeah. Maybe I'm biased, though. But I was doing okay in school. Yeah, yeah. It was so hard for me to be like, hey, I'm going to really focus and put a ton of effort on this assignment right now with, hey, we got world champs in three weeks. And I want to go around my bike because it's nice outside. prioritize one over the other. Well, especially when you're in Colorado because that Monday where it could be your biggest day for school is like 70° and then the rest of the week is snowing. You know what I mean? And so it could literally ruin your week of training. So I can definitely understand that. Living in the springs and all. But cool, man. So let's dive into this. So what's next? For Riley, like you just came off what you just won, what was it cactus cup? Is that what it was? Yeah, I just got home from Arizona where we did the cactus cup. It's a three day OG mountain bike stage race with a dirt time trial first day, a marathon event that's just over 40 miles Saturday, and then like a little three staged cross country Asian dura on Sunday. It's like a cumulative cumulative GC total from that. Yeah, and so you just came off that win. And I think that was got the cat in the cat in the studio. But..

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

03:30 min | 3 months ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on Native America Calling

"South Dakota public broadcasting reports from Rapid City. Protesters marched through downtown and rallied in front of the federal courthouse to demand the release of Leonard peltier. Rapid City is near the pine ridge reservation, where FBI agents got in a shootout with members of the American Indian movement in 1975. Healthier is serving two life sentences after being convicted of murdering agents Jack Kohler and Ronald Williams. Healthier has admitted to participating in the shooting, but says he didn't kill the agents. Supporters accused the FBI and prosecutors of coercing witnesses and withholding evidence. The 77 year old recently contracted COVID and has medical conditions that make him at risk of complications. Supporters want peltier released under a home confinement program for high risk inmates like himself. They're also calling on president Joe Biden to grant clemency. Lavon roach says she relates to health dear, since she also had COVID in prison. The Rapid City woman served 23 years behind bars before president Donald Trump granted her clemency. The medical care and federal prisons is the worst you'll ever experience. I almost died two times in federal prison. Supporters say healthier got COVID-19 after being denied a booster shot. And they say he hasn't been able to speak with his lawyer since January 29th. Every federal prison went into lockdown that day due to a deadly riot in Texas. The bureau of prison says it's providing boosters. And it says it makes attorneys available during lockdowns on a case by case basis. The agency did not answer questions about peltier. For national native news, I'm Ariel Zions. A city in Minnesota is planning to rename a park in May pay select native people for their input, the pioneer press reports, the city of Roseville wants to rename Pocahontas park. The Parks and Recreation commission has been considering the change since the youth commissioner suggested it in 2020 commissioners told the city council Monday, a majority of comments from the public favored the change pointing to inaccurate and stereotypical imagery often associated with Pocahontas. The commission is considering a stipend for Native Americans to take part in the renaming process. Some commissioners say the payment is no different than paying consultants for guidance. No dollar amount or time frame has been set for the renaming process. The spirit like tribe, the turtle mountain band of chipotle Indians and individual voters filed a lawsuit Monday in U.S. district court for the district of North Dakota. Their challenging North Dakota's new legislative map, they say redistricting has split up turtle mountain citizens into two sub districts and spirit Lake and one district. Tribal leaders had asked for the two tribes to be drawn into the same district. Plaintiffs say they're limited and electing state legislative seats, the lawsuit alleges violation of the Voting Rights Act, the Native American rights fund is among law groups, representing the plaintiffs. Fort Lewis college and the university of Colorado college of nursing announced a new partnership Monday, their teaming up on a four year undergraduate degree in nursing, bringing the medical institute to fort Lewis, which serves rural and indigenous students in southwest Colorado. The first cohort is expected to begin in the fall of 2023. I.

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on Native America Calling

Native America Calling

07:48 min | 10 months ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on Native America Calling

"Go ahead. You're on air. I wanted to call in and say very sorry to hear passing. She was a good friend. i i met her in hawaii when i went to graduate school there in from in the nineties from ninety two to eighty six and Some friends of mine. Who told me about her. Talks in oklahoma that summer and I didn't know anybody there. So i just went over to her office and introduced myself and She was besides being very strong and powerful shoot is also very warm and compassionate Somebody that I felt the heading nice tie to and when i eventually became a professor at fort lewis college in granular but with there to just the to some of my classes and to give public talks and she was really an amazing person. I really will mature sean. Thank you for remembering her with us. A thank you for your call. They're out of heinous brings to mexico tuned in on k. Unm we now go to joy who joins us today out of tulsa oklahoma tuned in online joy. Thanks for reaching out you're on here. Yes yeah i'm joy harjo and i met an ak tasks because she brought me into We did it. Poetry reading with her and dana. Not only hall. And that was you know. That's when i first met hun any k. And we became really good friends and we used to write letters and the time of writing letters but she was an amazing gift and she's still is her poetry. I knew her as a poet and of course an activist but they they go together. You know poetry is a powerful way to speak beyond on you know. Political rhetoric and poetry was absolutely stunning and and Kind of rooted. It was another way that she would She was so rooted in the land and and one injustice and But she was there at the returning the gift the largest gathering of native poets and writers in nineteen ninety two in in norman oklahoma with quite a presence and as the other caller said you know very welcoming and warm and truth teller. But i count her. I'm honored and I i miss her weakness her the to count her as a friend of A friend but she was you know. And she was a connector. Someone else said who made a connection. Deep connections between People in many many lands and in many many cultures particularly indigenous cultures and we must pay tribute especially on this art side of things joy. Harjo thank you for dialing in Poet laureate of the united states. Thank you for giving us a ring and congrats on the work that you're doing a lot of strength to you for the doors. You're also opening good to hear your voice joy and knowing lonnie and aaron. She was a poet to tell me a little bit. More about this or anything you want to share about what Joy opened up knowing learning. Go ahead and start off okay. Let's see if we got aaron with us airing. Any thoughts I first of all yet. Mahalo joy. Harjo i mean i remember her coming to university of. Emc her student Any always spoke so highly of of joy and I am not a poet. And i wish i was there to talk more deeply about her poetry But i think for me what it did do for her. Poetry did do was just opened up a new way of thinking about the world for me. her poetry really did sort of span. All of these different Feelings and thoughts that she had about her personal life but also obviously about the movement as well You know just like her speeches. Her poetry was also very powerful. But it could also be very is the i feel like we're her For the you can see the multiple sides of just who she as as a singer and and Where you can see really more soft and moored decided that people i think Where the previous caller had talked about where it was just more of that warm and loving and gentle person For me one of the poems that she that really resonates with me is this idea of weaving baskets of resilience and The way that it goes and she talks about. That's part of her job as she. Everybody knows she never had biological children. But in this poem. She talks about how the work that she has done in her scholarship in the community has sort of spawn. These daughters sort of her of her brain and her teachings. And so i feel like i. You know the the three of us here have definitely benefited from that kind of mentorship and how she taught us to also be mentors to other young younger folks and younger not just in sort of age wise but in terms of just growing of consciousness With our people and how we should look at our legacy of as well just our personal agassi's so for me like that's sort of the the takeaways from her poetry. No as a poet herself so she much better sort of merging deleting that legacy we are back and knowing anything you want to share about the poetry of how nonni yeah thank you. I think i was. Maybe a bit star struck speechless. Joy harjo head called into her online. Two hundred and grateful for that I just share a couple of things you know. I think one one thing to share is that this was So her mom was a teacher and an artist and her mom really encouraged her to be come to express for all of their show all of their siblings honing in her siblings to express them themselves in the ways that they saw the world in various forms of of art and poetry was with her form and so she was a poet since she was a child and that practice of being able to write and capture emotion and Her relationship with the land and water in particular Was you know something that. She cultivated over many many years of her life and became a sanctuary. I think for her Against the kinds of attacks that we've talked about. And i said you know it was a place. She could express Deep grief he wrote about the death of her father her Cousins of her classmates She wrote poems to her sisters. You know her hans it on Her lover or partner So it was It was a way that she could express personally but she also wrote very You know the critiques of tours of you know the.

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:42 min | 11 months ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"To see this tiktok now. Well, I deleted it. But if I kept it around for good reason, like, No, it was it was actually that bad. You'll remember that it was like the three blind kids. And you thought the one was a girl that it wasn't like they're all I want to be honest with you, but no. Okay, well, I'm an old So whatever, Um you're probably like two years older than me so much older than that. Um, thank you, though. Thank you very much. I needed that held up. Well, yeah, I do that today. After the back issues that I had going on. You were complaining about your psychotic A and your diet We started right. You're sitting there like she got here early. We're talking about that. Yes, it was just it was bad. I don't know any weapon. Um, So we got a big show tonight. No, uh, no charge to Rory. But we will go over fantasy football stuff only, Uh, yeah. You grew up all over Who's your team? That's an interesting question. I actually didn't really grow up with any football team. I grew up in New England in Rhode Island, so naturally, it would be the Patriot hat. But I grew up hating everything. Boston Because I was a Yankee son. That was the only team that I actually really cared about. So naturally, I can't be like a Yankee span. And a Patriots fan just seems so strange. So I kind of grew up without a football team. And then when I started to like football, it was in probably 2015. So I'm really new to this. And I was living in Charleston, South Carolina at the time. I'm sorry I've been there. I have been there. Um, but, yeah, it's uh It's been cool and I just picked the Panthers. No. Okay, let's sets up bad. PJ Walker. There you go. PJ Walker, right there Victims guys right there, Hula. We'll get into that shell star PJ Walker. Yeah, we'll find her ecology. Maybe Fort Lewis College. Who knows you listen to Broncos cut tonight..

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

03:32 min | 1 year ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on Mornings With Gail - 1310 KFKA

"To talk with unc university of northern colorado president. Dr andy feinstein. Adjust last week about the schools plan at that point in time. Not to require cova. Vaccinations faculty staff and students before the fall semester. Well as i also said during a time of covid nineteen plans change and they indeed have done just that at the university of northern colorado but university of northern colorado not alone. Has you have others schools across the state Readjusting their plans and now requiring vaccines in the fall we're gathering piece Out of the greeley trip by end delaney also working off of information on unc's website but university of northern colorado is indeed flipping the script joining other public higher education institutions in colorado requiring covert nineteen vaccines for faculty staff and students before they return to campus for the fall. Twenty twenty one semester now. Unc is your wear announced a return to in person learning for the fall earlier this year. Well they made this announcement just yesterday on its web on their website in conjunction with the university of colorado and colorado state university systems metropolitan state university of denver and fort lewis college in durango. If i'm not mistaken fort lewis college in durango already made that decision to require that covid nineteen vaccine of faculty staff and students. Now the statement. And it's rather lengthy one on. Unc website said. The decision was based on science and was made by the universities in consultation with state and local health departments. The governor's office and the colorado department of higher education now. According to the unc website the department of higher education had encouraged this direction. The science around covid nineteen and the vaccines is clear and compelling editorial aside well in some aspects more than others by i would concur with that assessment that when it comes to the efficacy of those covid nineteen vaccines that the science is pretty darn clear vaccines according to you and see website or good for public health not only lowering rates of infection on our campuses but in the communities that they call home. Unc also said in the statement on its website. Vaccines will allow on campus students and faculty to resume the in-person experience critical to success and personal growth. Meanwhile aims community colleges where a college with campuses in greeley for lupton loved an loveland and windsor said in mid april. The college would maintain covid nineteen safety protocols even as well county Relaxed measures in place to.

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:40 min | 1 year ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"It you know, in the NFL that said, you know, through struggled against cover two. He struggled this cover two teams. We talked about that last week last Monday. Ask you. How's he gonna beat to cover two? We went out there. We saw him struggle against it again. I saw Remember the wheel that fat drops, You know, they had we'll post on there and and hammer wide open on the post, and he just missed it on. Then Fat drops the wheel right, which she also was kind of hoping on. It. What is it about struggling with with the cover to what's most difficult aspect as a quarterback of dealing with the cover, too. Yeah, I think you know, cover to abate unison stuff, right? The whole shot that we saw him rip when in reality, you probably could have gotten sick right underneath. You know, that's uh, I think cover to base you and a lot of things. You think the middle of the field is wide open and you think Those, you know, Perimeter. Everyone calls it the cover two whole shot's wide open. In reality. They are when Europe, Missouri or they are when you know for me. I was at Fort Lewis College. You know, Harvard of the Rocky Mountain. But when you get to the NFL, if you know the mike runs the middle way better these corners sink way better. So I do think. Base unit. Some stuff that you grew up your whole life doing what I will say to it, And I think this is probably if there was anything I was gonna say about this season, Right? You know how you go to a restaurant right now? You know, you gotta eat outside. What you do the digital men unit to reduce menu, Right? And then you don't want to judge a restaurant based on the reduced menu. You know what I mean? I think we're seeing a reduced menu from Pat Shurmur from a play called Perspective. And I think that's more what's hurting them in these certain whether it be a down and distance, you know to me those Dr starter completions. I don't think he had the full menu on and then I would be willing to bet that right he has, you know part of his menu for cover to cover three quarters. And if part of the menu that was installed for cover to is, you know stuff that Drew's not very good at You know you're really playing from behind the eight ball. Where's with a normal Ocho? Normal training camp? Would be willing to bet that they would have, you know a ton more to go after and people will say they'll say, Oh, well, you know, they got doom of today's and all this stuff, But do you know I have a little four year old at home? Doom preschool. He didn't do anything right. He plays Nerf basketball and the teacher sides again sit in a circle. So to me, it's like zoom preschool and do well, You know, NFL th that's about the same. So do you think that and that's a great point you bring up there, So do you think that there's a little bit of one more step in the growth of Pat Shurmur and drew locks relationship? This is just kind of One more example of a game. That is gonna be kind of growing pains for both. Oh, yeah, I can see the guy who's most man. This whole thing is Pat Shurmur, right? Because nobody wants to go and be the guy who everyone thinks is a dinosaur. The play calling When you're a new offensive coordinator, and you're forced to insult stuff during training camp. What? You gonna intelligent and saw the most basic stuff Because you don't want to go out there and get embarrassed, right? You don't want to have Every single receiver busting around. So you're gonna install the most basic stuff. And then every analyst is going to say all the games passed on by this guy has no idea like Let's be honest. This guy, you know a lot of football, He's gonna innovate. You just got dealt a hand in which if I had to install stuff during training camp, we would look like a pop Warner team right? Because you want to make sure that we're gonna be able to run plays effectively. Especially working with a kid who came from the zoo and then right away in the NFL. His first taste NFL football. It wouldn't West Coast right. It wasn't or I should say it wasn't a more traditional version of West Coast. You know, it was the new Age stuff, which is You know, simplified and you know. Hey, we're gonna tag. This whole concept is one word because I guarantee what he called a Sherman right now that he's tagging every single receiver there tagging all the motions. They're tagged all the shift. When you install that in training camp, it's just You know, I know. No one wants to hear an excuse and no one wants, you know, Bill these guys out, But it's just the reality. You're not going to install your most complex stuff. You're not gonna have a full menu. If you're literally trying to get ready for a game in two weeks versus having spring ball, and that's not forget. What's the most important thing of spring? Right? It's we install it on the board. Didn't we go out and run it and we correct from the tape? All they got was the board installation and they never got to actually run it, and they never got their own tape corrections. So all these guys learned off in New York Giants tape. And they never saw themselves. Do it until it's in season. When you know fans were yelling for you to get fired, So I just like we gotta you know, we got to remember the whole situation the whole landscape of this thing. Yeah. I mean, these guys were doing it over. Zoom and you know, and all that kind of stuff. I never got the chance to give any. I can't imagine an offense I would try to install. We'd be running slant flattened. Why stick all game, right? That would be like, Hey, guys. What do you guys run on that? Okay, Here's what we call it. Hey, Tim. It's a really good to have you on. Thank you. So much for the breakdown. And, as always, Tim tweets out in the morning, his breakdowns on his YouTube channel, and they're really, really fantastic getting a lot of steam, and I think that in the midst of all of this, like I said the Broncos lost badly to the bills. Overall, the result was not what everybody wanted. But in the midst of all that there are things to learn. And right now that that seems to be for me or the most important parts of this team is what are we learning from this? What? They carrying into the next game and beyond. And Tim, you doing a fantastic job as always, Thank you for the time. I appreciate you guys. Thank you for having me on. I'll talk to you next week. All right? Sounds good. Tim Jenkins Jenkins elite dot com and he might visit tomorrow. Yeah, we might. We might be having an extended session situation since Mr Edwards here is decided that he needs to be with his family during Christmas playing instead of with his Broncos country tonight, family finding them more important. I know. I know. I rolled my eyes, too. But Let it slide this time. How could I? We've lined up some potentially pretty cool guest hosts. Tim's gonna, I think, stepping away for a little bit and a surprise on Wednesday that you guys were definitely not gonna wanna miss so the show must go on. And as I understand it, hopefully 10 will be with you tomorrow night and hopefully that the listeners understand that that Just to go easy on me. Because you know how this isn't radio every time somebody here is like, Oh, man, this is great. This should be the light up from now on you just like I know. See you get those private conversation United after the break, But I know how you are getting worried about getting well, he picked or whatever. It's always kind of you in this industry long enough. It's gonna be a train wreck tomorrow because I'm hosting like it always is doing. Your listeners will pardon my lack of ability and we'll make it work. You're in this business long enough, man. They train you. To be paranoid every.

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:17 min | 1 year ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"What is it about struggling with with the cover to what's most difficult aspect as a quarterback of dealing with the cover, too. Yeah, I think you know, cover to abate unison stuff, right? The whole shot that we saw him read when? In reality, you probably could have gotten sick right underneath. You know, that's uh, I think cover to base you and a lot of things. You think the middle of the field is wide open and you think Those, you know, Perimeter. Everyone calls it the cover two whole shot's wide open. In reality. They are when Europe, Missouri or they are when you know for me. I was at Fort Lewis College. You know, Harvard of the Rocky Mountain. But when you get to the NFL, if you know the mike runs the middle way better these corners sink way better. So I do think. Based units himself that you grew up your whole life doing what I will say to is, and I think this is probably If there was anything I was gonna say about this season, right? You know how you go to a restaurant right now? You know you got it outside, But you do the digital men unit to reduce menu, Right? And then you don't want to judge a restaurant based on the reduced menu. You know what I mean? I think we're seeing a reduced menu from Pat Shurmur from a play called perspective. And I think that Maura, what's hurting them in the certain whether it be a down and distance, you know, to me those Dr starter completions. I don't think he has a full menu on and then I would be willing to bet that right he has, you know part of his menu for cover to cover three quarters. And if part of the menu that was installed for cover to is, you know stuff that Drew's not very good at You know you're really playing from behind the eight ball. Where's with a normal Ochiai? The normal training camp? Would be willing to bet that they would have, you know a ton more to go after and people will say they'll say, Oh, well, you know, they got doom of today's and all this stuff. What do you know? I have a little four year old at home. Zoom preschool. He didn't do anything right. He plays Nerf basketball and the teacher sides again sit in a circle. So to me, it's like zoom preschool and do well, You know, NFL th that's about the same. So do you think that and that's a great point you bring up there, So do you think that there's a little bit of one more step in the growth of Pat Shurmur and drew locks relationship? This is just kind of One more example of a game that is going to be kind of growing pains for both. Oh, yeah, I can see the guy who's most man. This whole thing is Pat Shurmur, right? Because nobody wants to go and be the guy who everyone thinks is a dinosaur is the play calling? But when you're a new offensive coordinator, and you're forced to insult stuff during training camp where you been insulted and saw the most basic stuff If you don't want to go out there and get embarrassed, right? You don't wanna have every single receiver busting around. So you're gonna install the most basic stuff. And then every analyst is going to say all the games past advice. Guy has no idea. Let's be honest, this guy she knows a lot of football. He's gonna innovate. He just got dealt a hand in which if I had to install stuff during training camp, we would look like a Pop Warner team because you want to make sure That we're gonna be able to run plays effectively and especially working with a kid who came from the zoo and then right away in the NFL, his first taste of NFL football. It wasn't West Coast, right? It wasn't or I should say it wasn't a more traditional version of West Coast. You know, it was the new Age stuff, which is You know, simplified and you know. Hey, we're gonna tag. This whole concept is one word because I guarantee what he called a Sherman right now that he's tagging every single receiver there tagging all the motions or tag Nola shift. When you install that in training camp, it's just You know, I know. No one wants to hear an excuse and no one wants, you know, Bill these guys out, But it's just the reality. You're not gonna install your most complex stuff. You're not gonna have a full menu. If you're literally trying to get ready for a game in two weeks versus having spring ball, and that's not forget what's the most important thing a spring, right if we install it on the board, then we go out and run it and we correct from the tape. All they got was the board installation and they never got to actually run it, and they never got their own tape corrections. So all these guys learned off in New York Giants tape. And they never saw themselves. Do it until it's in season. When you know fans were yelling for you to get fired, So I just like we gotta you know, we got to remember the whole situation the whole landscape of this thing. Yeah. I mean, these guys were doing it over. Zoom and you know, and all that kind of stuff. I never got the chance to have any. I can't imagine an offense I would try to install. We'd be running slant flattened. Why stick all game? But right? Yeah, that would be like, Hey, guys. What do you guys run on that? Okay, Here's what we call it. Hey, Tim. It's a really good to have you on. Thank you. So much for the breakdown. And, as always, Tim tweets out in the morning, his breakdowns on his YouTube channel, and they're really, really fantastic getting a lot of steam, and I think that in the midst of all of this, like I said the Broncos lost badly to the bills. Overall, the result was not what everybody wanted. But in the midst of all that there are things to learn. And right now that that seems to be for me or the most important parts of this team is what are we learning from this? What? They carrying into the next game and beyond. And Tim, you doing a fantastic job as always, Thank you for the time. I appreciate you guys. Thank you for having me and I'll talk to you next week. All right? Sounds good. Tim Jenkins Jenkins elite dot com and he might visit tomorrow. Yeah, we might. We might be having an extended session situation since Mr Edwards here is decided that he needs to be with his family during Christmas Planet instead of with his Broncos country tonight, family finding them more important. I know. I know. I rolled my eyes, too. But Let it slide this time. How could I? We've lined up some potentially pretty cool guest hosts. Tim's gonna, I think step in with you for a little bit. And a surprise on Wednesday that you guys were definitely not gonna wanna miss so the show must go on. And as I understand it, hopefully 10 will be with you tomorrow night and hopefully that the listeners understand that that Just go easy on me. Because you know how this isn't radio every time somebody here is like, Oh, man, this is great. This should be the light up from now on you just like I know he gets those private conversation United after the break, But I know how you are getting worried about getting well, he picked or whatever. It's always kind of you in this industry long enough. It's gonna be a train wreck tomorrow because I'm hosting like it always is doing your solicitor's people. Pardon my lack of ability and we'll make it work. You're in this business long enough, man. They train you. To be paranoid.

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

06:11 min | 1 year ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Of the show. We're barreling through. The second guy waits Tuesdays when we barrels were meandering through the second hour of the show. But I have a guest who you've heard here before talking about the national popular vote from England. Welcome back to the show. Glad to be here, Mandy. Thanks for Ah, Thanks for Let me talk about this one week before the election here. Well, let's talk about what we're talking about The Steamboat Institute. Our love's team vote because they are probably the best I've ever seen it presenting both sides of an issue and tomorrow night, there will be a debate called How should We Elect our President? A national debate on the national our debate on the national popular vote versus the Electoral College and are advocating For the national Popular vote is Dr Benjamin Waddell, associate professor of Fort Lewis College and on the other side against the national Popular Vote in favor of the Electoral College is Trent England. He's the executive director of Save Our State on national popular vote, But Trent are you know, are you You've been doing so many of these and You've probably had some worthy adversaries on the other side. What have you learned about the the arguments that are being made in favor of the national popular vote? Can we start there for a second? Yeah, that's a great place to start. And I think it's one reason why people really should focus on this debate tomorrow night because one thing I think is going to be really refreshing is that sometimes the folks pushing the national Popular vote Interstate compact Like to say. Oh, we love the electoral college. We don't want to get rid of electoral college. We just want to change it a little bit. And I find that to be very disingenuous. But it does. It does get people confuse sometime. I'm sorry about the airport background noise there. Because I mean, what the national Popular vote campaign is trying to do is is to a wire around the electoral college, then they would prefer to abolish it. But that's really hard that involves changing the constitution. So instead they've come up with this state based plan. And so you know the problem with some of these lobbyists and campaign folks pushing Trump on 13. Is it always very clear? I think, don't you, Ben? What l is going to make a clear argument. He wants to abolish the life for ecology supports. Trump won 13 because he thinks that that's a way to get what he wants, right And I think it's a very Honest argument, and you know, and then people say, Look, it would be more fair. It's more democratic. And that za great thing for us to talk about because the Constitution is always a kind of a conflict between these democratic processes like elections. In the protections that we have, or civil rights and minority rights, right? All those things are anti democratic. So I think it's gonna be a great debate and kind of get to the heart of the matter. I agree. I've seen you talk about this. I've seen you on panel discussions, and I I was talking earlier during the show. If this is going to be the kind of conversation that regardless of your viewpoint on this issue, you could sit down with someone who is a friend. That may have a different viewpoint. And you're both going to learn something and you're both gonna get something out of this conversation. I mean, ultimately, that that's I wish that more of these would happen about all of the issues, you know, but, um, I know that people are going to walk away from this learning something about both sides that isn't going to help them make a great decision or convince them to vote against it. You know, it's going to go one way or the other. So let me give some more information about the debate really quickly. I'm gonna use you just for a second. Trent just cause that while they're given those announcements on mute when they're done The Steamboat Institute has booked space at the Dome at a M G. It's in Greenwood Village, and they have room for about 40 more people. It's going to be a very limited attendants. It is going to be about 67 people in all, however, you can also live stream it now. Obviously, they would like to fill up the audience. At that point, they would love to fill up the audience. So if you'd like a ticket and you can commit to going and I please don't go get a ticket. If you can't go, I have links to both the Livestream event and the ticketed event on the block today at K O a news radio. It starts at 5 30 tomorrow night and again, Trent is going to be debating Dr Ben Waddell. And the moderator is going to be. I really should have tried to pronounce Dan's name before I got here, Dan, I'm gonna say you're I have no idea. He's the editorial page editor of the Denver cassette. There's not in a velvet his name, Dave. There, there are in the wrong place. Trent what people expect from your argument. Well, I'm going to make the point. First of all that's a lot of countries use an electoral college type system or a two step system, which I think is a really important place to start right to get people thinking about. Why Right? Why did they do that? Why the parliamentary systems work that way? Why this India have an electoral college and then dive into The reason it because the reason is why the Electoral College is so good for a state like all around it right. It helps to protect Colorado's voice and something like Proposition 1 13 would give away that voice right voters in California would literally have Mork control over Colorado's electoral votes. Then voters in Colorado do because there are so many more people in California, right? And so I think we'll talk about that right that democracy is a great process. But if we believe in protecting individual right, if we will even promoting coalition building in moderation and stability in our political system, then we should take the argument of the American founders. Seriously. We should take the argument of people in all these other countries seriously and I understand why the electoral College really benefits a state like Colorado. Why, For me? It's more than just how it benefits the state. I mean, maybe it's an esoteric argument..

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

01:51 min | 1 year ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"US Corona virus death toll expected to suppress 200,000 this weekend You're listening to ABC News news radio time to go to Colorado Attorney General Phil Wiser speaking out about the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg. She was committed to justice, committed to rigor and legal work and committed to an honest engagement of ideas. Her ladyship justice, Scalia was legendary and justly celebrated for the ability of people to listen to each other and work together. Ginsberg died yesterday in Washington after a long battle with cancer wiser clerked for Ginsburg at the Supreme Court in the mid nineties. State officials say college students in Colorado need to act responsibly to reduce the spread of covert 19. This is not the time to have huge parties on at your sororities and Your fraternities and these off campus. House parties. Colorado executive director of Higher Education Angie Patrone. An outbreak of covert 19 has forced seeyou Boulder students to undergo a two week quarantine testing at sites near campus are showing a very high 16% positive rate. Meanwhile, other higher ed institutions are doing better. The entire community college system had only five cases last week. Fort Lewis College into Rango reports no cases in the past two weeks. Smoky skies will clear a bit today and likely. Mohr tomorrow. Today's forecast high right around 90 sports. The Nuggets try to even their Western Conference finals series with the Lakers in Game two tomorrow. Broncos GM John Elway encouraged with the play of second year quarterback Drew lock, You know, I talked to him after the game, and I thought he played well, and I'm still really excited about Drew. I think you did a nice job. Obviously, there's a couple of those that he missed that you wish you could have back, but that's gonna happen every once in a while. It's Elway spoke this week on Logan and Louis Broncos air in Pittsburgh to take on the Steelers tomorrow..

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

04:03 min | 1 year ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"From ABC News. I'm Brian Clark. She literally made justice cool for so many young people. Senator Amy Klobuchar, remembering Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg, one day after the 87 year old died at her Washington home of Pancreas cancer. Baby sees Juju. Chang has more on her work as the second woman to serve on the court in a landmark case unemployment discrimination in 2007. Ginsberg wrote a powerful descent that prompted Congress to amend the law's named for the woman who filed the claim. The Lily Ledbetter Fair Pay Act became one of the first pieces of legislation signed into law by President Barack Obama. While on the Supreme Court Justice Ginsburg was a consistently liberal voice on issues like abortion, voting rights and the separation of church and state and her death 46 days before the election could upend the race for the White House. Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell did not hold hearings for nominee Merrick Garland four years ago. But he says he will this year because the same party controls the White House and Senate. He says President Trump's nominee will get a vote. ABC Trish Turner covers Congress. He will try to fill that. They can see with the Trump nominee. No matter what happens during the election, can he get it? Thru? It seems awfully difficult or new evacuations in Los Angeles County because of a growing wildfire. The Bobcat fire now over 70,000 acres in size under 20% contained 16 people were shot at an outdoor party in Rochester, New York, I'm sad to announce that two of those 16 received a fatal intern. Police chief Mark Simon, The city's police chief, was fired just days ago after an investigation into the death of Daniel proved in police custody in March there searching for suspects in the shooting. Hurricane warnings in effect for parts of the Texas Gulf Coast is Tropical Storm Beta is strengthening expected to reach hurricane strength Sunday. You're listening to ABC News News. Radio time is 702. College students in Colorado need to act responsibly to reduce the spread of Copan 19. This is not the time to have huge parties on your sororities and your fraternities and these off campus House parties. That's Colorado's executive director of higher education on outbreak of Covert 19 has foresee you Boulder students to undergo a two week quarantine testing at sites near campus. They're showing a very high 16% positivity rate. Meanwhile, other institutions are doing better. The entire community college system only had five cases last week. Fort Lewis College in Durango reports zero cases in the past two weeks. The Justice Department is awarding $2.8 million to assist victims of the stem school shooting last year in Highlands Ranch. One student, Kendrick Castillo, was killed and 20 other students and a teacher were also in the classroom. The Justice Department says there were more than 1800 people at the school who are indirect victims of the crime. Colorado Parks and Wildlife used an airplane to stop cutthroat trout in 330 Alpine lakes this week. 380,000 travel dropped into the lakes, located at high elevations of Boulder, Grand Jackson and Larmer counties. The trout were reared at the Mount Shove a note hatchery in saliva. Each trout measured about one of the quarter inch, and it will take about two years for them to reach a catchable size of 10 inches. Jury bell Kaylie NewsRadio Broncos GM John Elway says quarterback Drew lock played well in week one. You know, I talked to him after the game, and I thought he played well and I'm still really excited about Drew. I think you did a nice job. Obviously, there's a couple of those that he missed that. You wish you could have back, but that's gonna happen every once in a while. Bronco's plate. Pittsford Tomorrow Our coverage begins at 9 A.m.. I'm Indy Stone on Koray News Radio. 8:50 A.m. and 94 1 athm Way have some traffic.

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

11:46 min | 2 years ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Nfl insider and Sirius Xm NFL as well We'll get into some NFL stuff as well. We'll do that but I reggie. Bush will play college football at USC N. in the NFL won a super bowl with the New Orleans saints and he's settle stuff in the interview with Playboy magazine basically saying that Paying students could destroy some and Alex. I think you have the exact quote I do for you rom so he went on to say that guidance is the one thing that young athletes coming through the college system missing so much. I missed on it. They're about to start paying college. Athletes this is something that has never been experienced before and it's going to destroy some people if they're foundation is not in the right place. He went on to say that people just assume well you got all this money so you're good. It's actually the opposite the more money you have the more danger you're in because now you're a freaking open target for a lot of people. It's a nasty world out there and it's about to get a lot nastier couldn't disagree more. I get his point about money being able to handle it or whatever but the these people all these athletes are already in harm's way 'cause you're asking people to play in front of a hundred thousand people you're selling their jerseys at the Gift Shop you're putting them on national television doing all this stuff all this money's being made around them so you've already put them in those people's ways who've tried to make money from them and Reggie Bush. We know got in trouble with the. Ncaa had his heisman taken away for. Take Him Bernie booster money basically right for his family. Yeah was parents. His parents were the beneficiaries. But what's interesting? What I find about these comments with all due respect to Reggie Bush is he really the right spokesman or Messenger on this topic and by the way my sources tell me he's already starting to walk it back but robby really bring up an excellent point because I cringe when I hear. The term student athlete turned came about it. Came about in the fifties when the widow of a former football player at fort. Lewis College filed for Workmen's compensation because her husband Ray Denison a player. He slipped into a coma and died after a collision on the field. The courts ruled against Dennison's widow. Because the school argued that Denison was quote not an employee but rather a student athlete so the NCAA invented the term student athlete to get out of paying workers comp for injured players in so they. The universities have guard themselves for anyone who would try to prove. That athletes are employees. So now you've got this mechanism which some of them will get paid very few. We're GONNA have a very marketable image name like missing such but if they have an opportunity to earn some money. I don't know how it ruins their life is. Reggie says and and by the way Rob One more thing. 'cause you teach a class at USC and you do find job. Look if Reggie's really concerned about colleges teaching fiscal responsibility why don't they start a curriculum teaching? That what a concept go to college and learn about fiscal responsibility. Well that's a good point and I'm trying to figure out Like this whole notion. If they're people Bernie who need money. Their families need money. Why can't we do this? Everybody else gets ripped off a check. The Guy who runs scored clock the guy who's doing the change on the sidelines. The Guy who takes tickets at the game the the Athletic director to coach makes millions. The waterboy gets paid. Everybody gets paid forty wrong. No you're right and everybody gets paid for what? But here's my thing. Okay a whole lot. That they're going to get ruined by getting paid for services rendered. Does that mean that? Everybody's going to handle their money. The same got news for you. Reggie and other people people who are doctors and lawyers educators and people have who have a very learned. Perth people can't handle money. Have bad credit. Go into foreclosure lose their houses. All bad handling money is not just the thing that athletes mess up. You hear me people do it. Ain't that easy if you WANNA talk about putting in some classes and helping people to figure out what to do with their money. Okay but this whole notion that this is going down a slippery slope by giving athletes money. They've been getting Mardi for forever under the table. Let's act like Nah. What does this game this this thing? We're trying to make like all I remember the NCAA. I said they weren't going down. That road into California made it a law. Then what what are you? GonNa do not have USC and UCLA and CAL Berkeley. You're not GonNa have those schools play. Nca football yeah. I guess that got turned around. There's nothing wrong with paying people and giving them money for their services rendered and you're right Bernie classes. I'm good with that to help them understand how to deal with their money. But if you think athletes are going to handle money better than normal P. poll go look at the good bad credit all over the country and where people because they can't handle money they don't know what they're doing it ain't just athletes. Reggie Bush use the word target and in fairness he was a target because it agent saw dollar science. He was brilliant at USC. He was Sensation and he got himself into some hot water. I'm not going to relate that story tonight but what I'm going to say is this rob. I don't even know how much money we're talking for these players. I don't think it's a lot and I do think you have a situation. Where as you pointed out if you have an opportunity in a business if its own free will I mean if if rob Parker's the starting flank for southern Connecticut State University in Joe Blatch Dodge is really like you want me to come down and meet the kids and have a couple of hot dogs and sweet wrote a cup of coffee and scientists autographs? We'RE GONNA pay five hundred bucks. I don't see anything wrong with that. If if it's being solicited in to your earlier point let's not gloss over this golden handshakes he'd been going on forever down on the south in everywhere in football in all sports and the players after five. There's money in this sneaker after it's all over come on man to say no. This is not new. They've been paying athletes forever. Well the all boy can we make it above board. Here's the one thing I don't like in that red. Bush is assuming facts. That aren't evidence yet. Here's what I mean by that. Why create a problem that doesn't exist yet and try to solve it? You helping young men out with a few bucks here there. He's carrying a full load going to class going to practice. Maybe he just wants to go to a movie have a little Nash. Whatever the case may be take days exactly. That's all I think we're really talking here. How much money are we really talking? I don't think we're talking life changing money so again I Harken back to what I said in the beginning with all due respect. I just find a dubious reggie. Bush is actually the spokesman on a subject matter of this nature. Yeah I it's just interesting. And and it just weird to hear athletes pushing back saying oh my goodness this is going to open up. Terrible Cana worm worms. I just don't believe in that. I think there will be different circumstances situation. I think the more you make it. Transparent Bernie up up above Orion above board the better and better chances. You have a law something and you know what I mean and then you have to go through certain standards and you know what people are getting and you know what they have to spend so if they show up in a certain car living in a certain area you know that that's not enough money to pay for that. Do you know what I mean. And there's a question mark of to what's going on here. I think the idea that players get paid for their likenesses. And even you know people always say oh well how you going to figure it out how you going to be fair. It's not about being fair. I'm sorry. Sports that generate a lot of revenue and knows people should be compensated for their work. It's just that simple. I don't know how anybody can look at the NCAA and basketball march madness and the NCAA has a six billion dollar TV deal with CBS. Shouldn't get something I just. I just don't understand that. I don't understand how Reggie Bush implies that an athlete might be exploited because he has winning plaque and where. I think he might be more exploited if he doesn't have money in his pocket so absolutely because people know that Bernie and they say hey you know got a few shekels here maybe you know. That's what used to happen with. What when they had when when mobsters used to get an ace to fix the Games Point. Shaving scandals that are documented. I Bet Steve's disables about he's a true story and the bottom line is this reggie. Bush has put a damper on what could possibly be a positive aspect of the experience of quote a student athlete. As you're just trying to get through life when you're young you need a little balance. It's not you know you have to have a little play in your life beyond the work load in the obligations and commitments plan a Division One sport so to turn this into a negative automatically automatically assume because it's a dangerous world. People are going to be exploited because they might make a few bucks for hanging out with the local dairy queen that I don't understand really the logic cure but that's everything Bernie. That's that's anything and that's what I'm trying to say is that this is not unique. I think it's I think what you said is one hundred percent right that those kids walking around with no money in their pocket is worse. That's where the temptation comes in. I might have to do something I normally don't WanNa. I don't WanNa do Bernie 'cause I need the money. My parents my mom called me. She needs money right. What am I? Don't it happens. Those are real live stories and most people are going to do whatever they gotta do to help their family in need. So there's plenty of money being passed around coaches making gazillion dollars. And everybody else to schools. Go look at what the schools rake in. There's no reason that players shouldn't get a taste of it. All right. What do you think does Reggie Reggie? Bush have a point or is he out in left field. Eight seven seven nine nine on Fox. Eight seven seven.

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

07:44 min | 2 years ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Fox, sports radio NFL insider and Sirius Xm. NFL as well we'll get into some NFL stuff as well. We'll do that but I. Reggie Bush will play college football at USC and in the NFL won a super bowl with the New Orleans saints. and. He's settle stuff in the interview with Playboy magazine, basically saying that paying students. Could destroy some and. Alex I. Think you have the exact quote I. Do for you Rom, so he went on to say that guidance is the one thing that young athletes coming through the college system missing so much I missed on it. They're about to start paying college athletes. This is something that has never been experienced before, and it's going to destroy some people if they're foundation. Foundation is not in the right place. He went on to say that people just assume well. You got all this money, so you're good. It's actually the opposite. The more money you have, the more danger you're in because now. You're a freaking open target for a lot of people. It's a nasty world out there, and it's about to get a lot nastier. Couldn't disagree more. I get his point about money. Being able to handle it or whatever, but the these people. All these athletes are already in harm's way. 'cause you're asking people to play in front of a hundred thousand people. You're selling their jerseys at the Gift Shop. You're putting them on national television doing all this stuff all. This money's being made around them. So you've already put them in those people's ways who've tried to make money from them and Reggie, Bush. We know got in trouble. With the NCAA had his heisman taken away for. Take Him Bernie booster money basically right for his family, yeah! Was Parents. His parents were the beneficiaries. But what's interesting what I find? About these comments with all due respect to Reggie Bush, is he really the right spokesman or Messenger on this topic? And by the way my sources tell me he's already starting to walk it back, but robby really bring up an excellent point because I cringe when I hear the term student athlete turned came about it came about in the fifties when the widow of a former football player. At Fort Lewis College filed for Workmen's compensation because her husband Ray Denison a player, he slipped into a coma and died after a collision on the field, the courts ruled against Dennison's. Dennison's widow because the school argued that Denison was quote, not an employee, but rather a student athlete, so the NCAA invented the term student athlete to get out of paying workers comp for injured players in so they. The universities have guard themselves for anyone who would try to prove that athletes are employees. So now you've got this mechanism. which some of them will get paid very few. We're GONNA have a very marketable image name like missing such, but if they have an opportunity to earn some money, I don't know how it ruins. Their life is Reggie says and And by the way Rob One more thing, 'cause you teach a class at USC and you do find job look. If Reggie's really concerned about colleges teaching fiscal responsibility. Why don't they start a curriculum teaching that what a concept go to college and learn about fiscal responsibility. Well that's a good point and I'm trying to figure out Like this whole notion, if they're people Bernie who need money, their families need money. Why can't we do this? Everybody else gets ripped off a check. The Guy who runs scored clock? The Guy. WHO's doing the change on the sidelines? The Guy who takes tickets at the game. The the athletic director to coach makes millions. The waterboy gets paid. Everybody gets paid. Forty wrong. No you're. Right and everybody gets paid. For. What, but here's my thing. Okay a whole lot that they're going to get ruined. By getting paid for services rendered. Does that mean that everybody's going to handle their money. The same got news for you Reggie and other people people who are doctors and lawyers, educators and people have who have a very learned Perth people. Can't handle money have bad credit. Go into foreclosure. Lose their houses. All bad handling money is not just the thing that athletes mess up. You hear me people do it. Ain't that easy if you WANNA talk about putting in some classes and helping people to figure out what to do with their money. Okay, but this whole notion that this is going down a slippery slope by giving athletes money. They've been getting Mardi for forever under the table. Let's act like Nah. What does this game this this thing? We're trying to make like all. I. Remember, the NCAA I said they weren't going down that road into California. made it a law. Then what? What are you? GonNa, do not have USC and UCLA and CAL Berkeley. You're not gonNA have those schools play NCA football. Yeah! I guess that got turned around. There's nothing wrong with paying people and giving them money for their services rendered. And you're right. Bernie classes. I'm good with that to help them understand how to deal with their money, but if you think. Athletes are going to handle money better than normal P. Poll. Go Look at the good bad credit all over the country, and where people because they can't handle money. They don't know what they're doing. It ain't just athletes. Reggie Bush use the word target, and in fairness he was a target because it agent saw dollar science. He was brilliant at USC. He was sensation and he got himself into some hot water. I'm not going to relate that story tonight, but what I'm going to say, is this rob. I don't even know how much money we're talking for. These players I don't think it's a lot, and I do think you have a situation where. As you pointed out. If you have an opportunity in a business, if its own free will I mean if if rob Parker's the starting flank for southern Connecticut State University in Joe, Blatch, dodge is robby really like you want me to come down and meet the kids and have a couple of hot dogs and sweet wrote a cup of coffee and scientists autographs. WE'RE GONNA pay five hundred bucks. I don't see anything wrong with that. If if it's being solicited in to your earlier point, let's not gloss over this. Golden handshakes, he'd been going on forever down on the South in everywhere in football in all sports and the players after. Five. There's money in this sneaker after it's all over. Come on, man to say no, this is not new. They've been paying athletes forever. Well the all boy. Can we make it above board? Here's the one thing I don't like in that Reggie Bush is. Assuming facts that aren't evidence yet. Here's what I mean by that. Why create a problem that doesn't exist yet and try to solve it you helping young men out with a few bucks here there. He's carrying a full load going to class going to practice. Maybe he just wants to go to a movie..

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:38 min | 2 years ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Fox, sports radio NFL insider and Sirius Xm. NFL as well we'll get into some NFL stuff as well. We'll do that but I. Reggie Bush will play college football at USC and in the NFL won a super bowl with the New Orleans saints. and. He's settle stuff in the interview with Playboy magazine, basically saying that paying students. Could destroy some and. Alex I. Think you have the exact quote I. Do for you Rom, so he went on to say that guidance is the one thing that young athletes coming through the college system missing so much I missed on it. They're about to start paying college athletes. This is something that has never been experienced before, and it's going to destroy some people if they're foundation. Foundation is not in the right place. He went on to say that people just assume well. You got all this money, so you're good. It's actually the opposite. The more money you have, the more danger you're in because now. You're a freaking open target for a lot of people. It's a nasty world out there, and it's about to get a lot nastier. Couldn't disagree more. I get his point about money. Being able to handle it or whatever, but the these people. All these athletes are already in harm's way. 'cause you're asking people to play in front of a hundred thousand people. You're selling their jerseys at the Gift Shop. You're putting them on national television doing all this stuff all. This money's being made around them. So you've already put them in those people's ways who've tried to make money from them and Reggie, Bush. We know got in trouble. With the NCAA had his heisman taken away for. Take Him Bernie booster money basically right for his family, yeah! Was Parents. His parents were the beneficiaries. But what's interesting what I find? About these comments with all due respect to Reggie Bush, is he really the right spokesman or Messenger on this topic? And by the way my sources tell me he's already starting to walk it back, but robby really bring up an excellent point because I cringe when I hear the term student athlete turned came about it came about in the fifties when the widow of a former football player. At Fort Lewis College filed for Workmen's compensation because her husband Ray Denison a player, he slipped into a coma and died after a collision on the field, the courts ruled against Dennison's. Dennison's widow because the school argued that Denison was quote, not an employee, but rather a student athlete, so the NCAA invented the term student athlete to get out of paying workers comp for injured players in so they..

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

07:33 min | 2 years ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Equal employers, Reggie Bush who, of course, play college football at USC and in the NFL won a super bowl with the New Orleans saints. and. He said a little stuff interview with Playboy magazine basically saying that paying students. Could destroy some when. Alex I think you have the exact quote I do for your arm, so he went on to say that guidance is one thing that young athletes coming through the college system. Miss on so much! I missed on it. They're about to start paying college athletes. This is something that has never been experienced before, and it's going to destroy some people if they're foundation. Foundation is not in the right place. He went on to say that people just assume well. You got all this money, so you're good. It's actually the opposite. The more money you have, the more danger you're in because now. You're a freaking open target for a lot of people. It's a nasty world out there, and it's about to get a lot nastier. Couldn't disagree more I. Get his point about money and being able to handle it or whatever, but the these people. All these athletes are already in harm's way. Because, you're asking people to play in front of one hundred thousand people. You're selling their jerseys at the. Gift Shop! You're putting them on national television doing all this stuff all. This money's being made around them. So you've already put them in those people's ways trying to make money from them and Reggie Bush. We know got in trouble. With the NCAA and had his heisman takeaway for. take him what Bernie booster money basically right for his family. Yeah, he's which. Was Parents. His parents were the beneficiaries. But what's interesting what I find? About these comments with all due respect to Bush, is he really the right spokesman or Messenger on this topic? And by the way my sources telling me he's already starting to walk back, but robby really bring up an excellent point because I cringe when I hear the term student athlete, you know that term came about it came about in the fifties when the widow of former football player at Fort Lewis College filed for Workmen's compensation because her husband Ray Denison player. He's slipped into a coma and died after collision on the field. The courts ruled against Dennison's widow because the school argued that Denison was not an employee, but rather a student athlete, so the NCAA invented the term student athlete to get out of paying workers comp for injured players in so they universities have guarded themselves for anyone who would try to prove athletes your employees so now you've got this mechanism which some of them will get paid very few. We're going to have a very marketable image name like missing such, but if they have an opportunity to earn some money, I don't know how it ruins, their life has reggie says and. And by the way Rob One more 'cause you teach a class at USC and you do find job look. If if Reggie's really concerned about colleges teaching fiscal responsibility, why don't they start a curriculum teaching that what a concept go to college and learn about fiscal responsibility. Well well. That's a good point and I'm trying to figure out. Like this whole notion, if they're people Bernie who need money, families need money. Why can't we do this? Everybody else gets ripped off a check. The Guy, who runs the score clock? The Guy who's doing the change on the sidelines? The Guy who takes tickets at the game. Athletic director to coach makes millions. The waterboy gets paid every he gets paid. PORTIA my wrong. No you're right and everybody gets paid and. What what! Here's my thing? Okay a whole lot that they're going to give ruined. By getting paid for services rendered. Does that mean that everybody's going to handle them money? The same I got news for you Reggie and other people people who are doctors and lawyers and educators and people who have very learn Perth people. Can't handle money. have bad credit. Go into foreclosure. Lose their houses. All that handling money is not just the thing that athletes mess up. You hear me people do it. Ain't that easy if you WANNA talk about putting in some classes and helping people to figure out what to do with their money, okay, but this whole notion that we're going down a slippery slope by giving athletes money. They've been getting money for forever under the table. Let's act like they're not. What does this game this this thing? We're trying to make like all. I just remember the NCAA I said they weren't going down. That road into California mated a law. then. What are you GonNa? Do not have USC and UCLA. At Cal Berkeley Not GonNa have those schools play NCA football? Yeah, I guess that got turned around. There's nothing wrong with paying people and giving them money for their services rendered. And you're right Bernie classes. I'm good with that to help them understand how to deal with their money, but if you think. Athletes are going to handle money better than normal people. Go, look good bad credit all over the country, and where people 'cause, they can't handle money, or they don't know what they're doing. It ain't just athletes. Well Reggie Bush used the word target and in fairness. He was a target because agent sell dollar science. He was brilliant at USC. He was a sensation and he got himself into some hot water I'm not going to relate that story tonight, but what I'm going to save this rob I. don't even know how much money we're talking for these players. I don't think it's a lot and I. do think you have a situation where? As you pointed out. If you have an opportunity and of a business of its own free, will I mean if if raw parkers the starting flanker for southern Connecticut State University and Joe Blatch dodgers's robbery like you want you to come down and meet the kids and have a couple of hot dogs and sweet roll, and a cup of coffee and scientists autographs. We're GONNA pay a five hundred bucks. I! Don't see anything wrong with that. If it's being solicited in to your earlier point, let's not gloss over this. Golden handshakes he'd been going on forever down on the South in everywhere in football in all sports. The players after. Five there's money in their sneaker after it's all over. Come on, man, they new. This is not new. They've been paying athletes forever. Well. Can, we make it above board. Here's the one thing I. Don't like in that Reggie. Bush is. Assuming facts that aren't evidence yet? Here's what I mean by that. Why create a problem doesn't exist yet and try to solve it. He helped a young man out with a few bucks here there. He's carrying a full load going to class going to practice. Maybe he just wants to go to a movie..

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

05:27 min | 2 years ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on The Odd Couple with Chris Broussard & Rob Parker

"Equal employers, Reggie Bush who, of course, play college football at USC and in the NFL won a super bowl with the New Orleans saints. and. He said a little stuff interview with Playboy magazine basically saying that paying students. Could destroy some when. Alex I think you have the exact quote I do for your arm, so he went on to say that guidance is one thing that young athletes coming through the college system. Miss on so much! I missed on it. They're about to start paying college athletes. This is something that has never been experienced before, and it's going to destroy some people if they're foundation. Foundation is not in the right place. He went on to say that people just assume well. You got all this money, so you're good. It's actually the opposite. The more money you have, the more danger you're in because now. You're a freaking open target for a lot of people. It's a nasty world out there, and it's about to get a lot nastier. Couldn't disagree more I. Get his point about money and being able to handle it or whatever, but the these people. All these athletes are already in harm's way. Because, you're asking people to play in front of one hundred thousand people. You're selling their jerseys at the. Gift Shop! You're putting them on national television doing all this stuff all. This money's being made around them. So you've already put them in those people's ways trying to make money from them and Reggie Bush. We know got in trouble. With the NCAA and had his heisman takeaway for. take him what Bernie booster money basically right for his family. Yeah, he's which. Was Parents. His parents were the beneficiaries. But what's interesting what I find? About these comments with all due respect to Bush, is he really the right spokesman or Messenger on this topic? And by the way my sources telling me he's already starting to walk back, but robby really bring up an excellent point because I cringe when I hear the term student athlete, you know that term came about it came about in the fifties when the widow of former football player at Fort Lewis College filed for Workmen's compensation because her husband Ray Denison player. He's slipped into a coma and died after collision on the field. The courts ruled against Dennison's widow because the school argued that Denison was not an employee, but rather a student athlete, so the NCAA invented the.

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on The American Electorate

The American Electorate

04:57 min | 2 years ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on The American Electorate

"The freedom to travel the freedom to work. The freedom of commerce are in place across the country to slow the spread of novel Corona virus a threat perhaps greater than the spread of the Spanish flu in Nineteen Eighteen. Which killed an estimated seventeen million to fifty million people in a worldwide population of one point? Eight interesting right traditionally. When we've had governments enforce quarantines and other kinds of restrictions they generally applied to individuals. We know to believe are at risk of being infected. He said so in most cases the individual either the condition and is contagious. Or we believe he or she may have been exposed to the condition and therefore may be contagious. The problem right now is we. Don't have any test so there's no way to tell if someone is contagious. Krona virus restrictions likely to be upheld but the threat of covert nineteen is so that unbalanced Khanna said the restrictions we now face or more likely to prove not only wise in limiting the spread of the virus but also likely to gain acceptance legally as price required to deal with the public health emergency in my assessment. We live in unprecedented times because on one hand the orders are expensive but on the other hand the risk is also greater than anything we've ever seen before and so what courts usually do is they engage in balancing and look to see what evidence supported the actions governments have taken in balance that against civil liberties of individuals and in situations like this courts have often held that these actions are appropriate in the circumstances. That's my assessment. As I said this is unprecedented and to my thinking courts would find that these actions make sense a time for a critical conversation. Paul Lavelle Assistant Professor of Political Science at Fort Lewis College said given the experience of September eleventh and the continued reauthorization of the Patriot. Act which I was just talking about. That imposes some limitations on government power that conduct searches without warrants and produces the bar for showing probable cause in investigating national security threats. It is wise to examine possible impact of civil liberties in the wake of covert nineteen. This is the time when we should really have a critical conversation about the erosion of civil liberties. He said now of course people are really concerned about their health their families the livelihoods the economy jobs. So that does make it. A scary time for advocates is similarities. Because we might fear that when people are worried about making Brent worried about feeding their kids they might have less time and energy to dedicate to protecting their civil rights and liberties but of course protecting civil liberties have real life consequences long term as well developed said it strikes him that President Donald Trump is more likely to be criticized for not invoking. Enough St power them for limiting federal actions and protection of individual liberties. Now this is a much pause real quick so this is something that I've point out. I've seen where I've seen a lot of people calling for a national lockdown saying that we probably should have had a national lockdown like in February or January but again I believe the problem with that is with the downplaying the chroniclers again by people on the left and the right including the president without people having a true sense of the danger out corona virus this would have been seen as truly overstepping his powers. But you know I mean hindsight's twenty twenty back to the article. He noted that trump has been criticized for failing to invoke a national stay at home order or take control of Industries to direct production. Virus has ventilators and personal protection equipment on Earth Authority under the authority. He has under the national defense production. Act Trump's reluctance to take these orders. He said likely stems from reticence. In American popular in American political culture about too much power in the hands of the federal government especially the presidency a hypothesis that I have is perhaps it has something to do with American political culture and the deep skepticism. We have of the use of state power because you saw both trump into a much much much lesser degree Governor Jerry. Pillows be pretty reluctant to do things like issue. Stay at home guidance. Dell said so I'm GONNA end this. They are but I suggest you go check out the other article in all of the other articles talking about this very very important topic because this is something back like I said I'm not a lot of people are focusing on and it's something that we need to think about. This is really something that we need to think about okay that AH for the American Electric PODCASTS. I'll be back on Monday. My friends.

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"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

KOA 850 AM

05:17 min | 2 years ago

"fort lewis college" Discussed on KOA 850 AM

"Away money near forty fourth time for sports Mike ray standing by and that I've got to say was the most entertaining game of the season until the Broncos lost until the fourth quarter it's just a heartbreaker that second half they just couldn't get it going yeah kind of fell apart didn't they look good for three quarters anyway but Minnesota rallies with twenty one fourth quarter points and beats the Broncos twenty seven twenty three Broncos led twenty to nothing at halftime then drove nor had to drive to the Vikings four yard line on their final series but Brandon Allen through three incompletions from the bikes for in the final ten seconds head coach Vic Fangio said the second half was simply struggling in play well enough they went no huddle starts running out throwing out a lot and we didn't defend it well enough you know we had our chances they completed that one third fifteen or whatever it was and that shouldn't happen then that allow that drive to go and we just could make a play to get off the field there in the second half in their passing game was way better in our pass defense Broncos safety will park said they got to tighten things up on the back and so on us as the bees and nobody else but the but I says the bees myself included even though I wasn't really out there you know I could help out and say something and something but that's on us as the B. as I know nobody else yeah we'll see if the Broncos can get that figured out there three and seven at buffalo next Sunday voice the Broncos Dave Logan joins us at seven fifty four this morning Monday Night Football it'll be the Chargers hosting the chiefs nuggets get a big when they were out Memphis on the road one thirty one one fourteen Jamal Murray thirty nine points four rebounds eight assists and three steals nuggets were up by twenty three and half kept the pressure on in the second half Hey coach Michael Malone was a challenge to have time to our guys I felt that starting group came out with a sense of urgency not being satisfied so you know ostensibly a hell of a performance nuggets will host Houston on Wednesday college football Alabama QB to a ton of a lower flew to Houston yesterday he said to have hip surgery there today he dislocated his hip in Saturday's win over Mississippi state that sports okay away the home of the Broncos buffs and Rockies five forty six right now on Colorado's morning news a busy week of public hearings in the house impeachment inquiry gets rolling on Tuesday the house intelligence committee will hear from former Ukraine special envoy Kurt Volker National Security Council Ukraine expert lieutenant colonel Alexander vin men and Jennifer Williams an aide to vice president Mike pence they're all scheduled to testify so what do most Americans think about the basis of the impeachment inquiry we just started breaking ground in RGV were were building models of of new wall where there has been no structure there at all that's not the right bite a new poll finds that an overwhelming number of Americans believe president trump's actions with Ukraine was wrong ABC's taught answers that number seventy percent the ABC news Ipsos poll also finds more than fifty percent of those surveyed think the president should be impeached and removed from office one in four think he did nothing wrong president trump's confident Roger stone back at home in South Florida as he awaits his sentencing for lying to Congress on behalf of myself and my family we thank the millions of Americans who are praying for us a long time Republican operative was convicted in federal court in Washington last week it is due back in DC for sentencing in February an apartment complex project here in Denver will go up after it was destroyed by fire last year on one tape properties is rebuilding on the half acre site near the intersection of east eighteenth and amber so in the area yeah well the center of this room there's a big stress on the help the wellness for our resident the developer will announce more changes to property in the coming weeks the investigation into the cause of that fire is still open the top schools and districts in Colorado will be recognized today by the state department of education it's all part of the annual awards ceremony to honor top performers that event set for ten thirty this morning state capitol governor pull this is gonna be on hand along with other state officials former NFL quarterback Colin Kaepernick says he's ready if a team wants to sign him up NFL teams attended as forty minute workout Saturday after his representatives change the location the NFL released a statement saying they were disappointed Capper Nick decided not to appear at the original work out because twenty five teams were there NBC news radio's John Jeffries says capric move the work out so it would be a more open process and the stars of the film Jay and silent Bob reboot coming to Colorado to meet fans and screen their latest movie Kevin Smith and Jason Mewes are touring the country with a road show that includes a screening of the movie in a question and answer session afterwards tickets still available for the roaches Durango stop on November twenty first at Fort Lewis college however the three shows in Denver in two in fort Collins are already sold out coming up what's the status of the great hall project added de I a we'll get a live report at five fifty four first traffic every ten minutes okay it's a pretty good luck and drive although we got a couple of issues pop up in your area watch for delays at Iowa but Parker that's because of an accident there may involve a pedestrian and what was called out I seventy six east bound around a hundred and fifty seconds away up by bar lake out toward the airport how bout baby Boulevard is pretty heavy that she was road construction is forty gift wrapping up the rest the road construction has picked up and now we start to see some of the usual slowed up from traffic start Babbitt so eastbound I. seventy study get heavy right around bright Boulevard west bell by seventy that ran from two to five on the westbound I..

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